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Amphibian is a tantalising schools show, a considered, collaborative work from Adelaide’s Windmill Theatre Company that seeks to broach topics long absent from tween theatre in Australia.
The Elements of an Offence showcases a cast who bring considerable charm and comic timing to their work.
From scenes of horror and violence to exquisitely tender moments, Dracula the ballet is a triumph.
QSO's latest brings Beethoven's 7th, Prokofiev, and a premiere from Elena Kats-Chernin.
A film for everyone, narrated by Morgan Freeman.
Funny, funny feminism from post theatre.
Between them, Drori and Clerc have created a poetic, visually entertaining and learned insight into trees.
Boisterous rollicking entertainment.
An affable Australian comedy that shouts its message loud and clear, but does so with warmth.
A primal scream from the depths of hell in the face of our complacency.
The National Gallery of Australia had one of the largest acquisition budgets in the world in the 70s. A new exhibition forces us to question the value of the arts today.
The Apology is about thwarted homosexual desires, family problems, and the ease with which a reputation can be damaged.
This production, collated from 130 years worth of National Geographic archival material, is both a nostalgic exercise and a nod towards the future as it reminds us of what we have and what we stand to lose.
An ensnaring and honest story of new and old love.
Nicola Gunn brings us a kind of meta-theatre with her new work.
This is undoubtedly one of the best books published by an Australian writer in a long time.
A strong young woman quietly resists gay conversion therapy.
Smoke and mirrors slick enough to fill the most jaded audience with childlike wonder.
Joaquin Phoenix excels as a disturbed hitman in You Were Never Really Here by Lynn Ramsay.
The set is an extravagance, a testament to adding and belittling.
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